Tag Archive: Chinese People

Bring on Spring, Xin Tian Di

Chinese friends, designers, and consumers alike have told me that Chinese people don’t like to wear a lot of color, so although this young man may not be anything special Stateside, he stuck… Continue reading

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Chinese Fashion History Update!

The most recent update of Chinese Fashion History at chinesepeoplehavenostyle.com includes pictures from 1910-1920, as well as an illustration of the evolution of 20th Century Chinese Fashion. Check it out!

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Spring Chickens, Xin Tian Di

Shanghai’s weather has been in the 60s and 70s lately, and the change in the weather has been reflected with changes in clothing. For example, while waiting for my dry cleaning this morning… Continue reading

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The Fashion (and Farmer) Line, Shanghai Subway

So Subway Line 10 has previously been dubbed the “Farmer Line” by many Shanghaiers, but I want to coin it as the “Fashion Line” because it goes to Top Chinese Designer Uma Wang‘s… Continue reading

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Me So Horny, Shanghai Mart Exhibition

Last week I was at a tradeshow at Shanghai Mart when I saw the desperate girl again!! Or at least another desperate Chinese girl wearing the same jacket… Ugh. These Chinese girls really… Continue reading

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The Chinese Bag Lady, People’s Square and Xin Tian Di

The other day it poured like it hadn’t in a while in Shanghai, so most sagacious Chinese people stayed indoors… I, however, took advantage of this abrupt change in weather to chronicle what… Continue reading

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Literally Fashionable, Shanghai

I’ve posted quite a bit about Chinese people dressing very literally before, but I’ve seen some more ridiculous “English” sayings on clothing than “Just Kiss Me Baby” and “Loud Beats Saved My Life”… Continue reading

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Chinese Fashion History Launch!!

Dear Readership, Please notice the new tab for “Chinese Fashion History” at the top of the page… There are only 4 pictures at the moment, but I’ll be filling them out gradually by… Continue reading

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Chinese Fashion History Launch, 20th Century Shanghai

I’ve spent the past few weeks cataloging some 300 photos of Chinese people from 1900-1980, and will soon launch a section on the blog called “Chinese Fashion History” so you all can see… Continue reading

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